If you inherited the equivalent of 10 years worth of your annual income, what would you invest in?
Fixed deposits, mutual fund with a fund manager or go in portfolio of shares with the help of fund manager.
I would invest in other people. Kiva.org and angel investors are excellent methods to give back.
a nice home and vehicle for my children
Graduate education for myself and bolstering my younger sisters college funds.
A house maybe
DVD's, Camera lenses and a scanner so I can start posting my photography online instead of relying on others who aren't living up to my expectations.
It would have to be ten years' worth of someone else's annual income; one has to have income for this question to work. But let's say I had a bundle of money; would that do? I'd buy acreage in a rural setting not far from an urban hub, somewhere politically liberal, build a mansion, cottages and stables, set aside a large portion for gardening, hire equine therapists and psychologists specializing in recovery from abuse, acquire horses suitable for the purpose, and equipment and materials for their care and wellbeing, and set up a shelter and therapy center for abused women, children and animals, also offering outpatient equine therapy for anyone who could benefit from it. So I guess I'd be investing, really, in some kind of fund that paid enough interest or dividends to support such an endeavor, and/or investing in the acquisition of donated funds for that purpose.
Property and or land.
Buy shares from a stable organisation ...or buy houses ,renovate and sell
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